Education and Enrichment for Everyone

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Education & Enrichment for Everyone (EEE, formerly Elder Education Enrichment) presents 12 weeks of interesting and diverse programs each Fall and Spring. Each semester includes lectures related to one or more of several themes. We are open to anyone interested in educational experiences without tests, papers, or grades. EEE is a lifelong-learning organization which has served the Chittenden County area for over 25 years. EEE is an independent, nonprofit organization led by volunteers and supported by dues, non-member admission fees and donations. We are handicapped accessible and have assistance for the hearing impaired.

Programs in this Series

Format: 2018-12-14
Format: 2018-12-14
Exploring London's History through Architecture - 11/30/2018
Paul Deslandes, Chair and Associate Professor of History, University of Vermont Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit EEEVermont.org.
The 2018 Midterm Elections - Results and Consequences - 11/16/2018
"The 2018 Midterm Elections: Results and Consequences" - Eric Davis, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Middlebury College   Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more...
Election Day Postmortem - How the Politics of 2018 Could Shape Vermont's Policies of the Future - 11/09/2018
A presentation by Peter Hirschfeld, Statehouse Reporter, Vermont Public Radio. Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit EEEVermont.org.
Puerto Rico Then and Now - 11/02/2018
"Puerto Rico Then and Now" - John Waldron, Associate Professor of Romance Languages, University of Vermont Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit EEEVermont....
The Silk Road from Ancient Trade to Modern Economics - 10/26/2018
"The Silk Road from Ancient Trade to Modern Economics" - William Mierse, Professor of Art History, University of Vermont Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit...
World War II - What Made the War a World War and Not a Series of Regional Conflicts - 10/19/2018
"World War II: What Made the War a World War and Not a Series of Regional Conflicts" - Andrew Buchanan, Senior Lecturer in History, University of Vermont Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont...
Baroque Dance Rhythms - Music that Moves the Heart and the Feet - 10/12/2018
Larry Hamberlin, Professor of Music, Middlebury College, presents on this topic. Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit EEEVermont.org.
The Women's Vote, World War I, and Peace - 10/05/2018
Robin Lloyd, activist and filmmaker, presents on this topic. Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit EEEVermont.org.
How the Disappearance of Real News Has Led to Disinformation, Mistrust and Rigid Thinking in Our Democracy Instead of Shared Values and Real Problem Solving - 09/28/2018
Colin Meyn, VTDigger's news editor, presents on this topic. Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit EEEVermont.org.
Justin Morrill - The Man and His Homestead - 09/21/2018
Glenn Andres, Professor Emeritus of the History of Art and Architecture, Middlebury College, leads this presentation. Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit EEEVermont....
Art and Architecture of the New Deal in Vermont - 09/14/2018
A presentation by Devin Colman, State Architectural Historian, Vermont Division for Historic Preservation. Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit EEEVermont.org.
Saffron and Green - India and Its Challenges and Opportunities in the Contemporary Age - 09/07/2018
Pablo Bose is an Associate Professor of Geography and the Director of the Global and Regional Studies Program at the University of Vermont. He presents this talk as part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington,...
The Granite Cutters’ Story - A History of Vermont’s 200-Year-Old Granite Industry - 04/27/2018
Scott McLaughlin, Executive Director of the Vermont Granite Museum, talks about the industry's history. Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington, Vermont. For more information visit EEEVermont.org.
The Resurgence of the Right in Latin America - 04/20/2018
Benjamin Dangl (Journalist in Latin America and Adjunct Faculty, Division of Communication and Creative Media at Champlain College) discusses the resurgence of the political right in modern Latin America. Part of the Education and Enrichment for...
Authoritarian Evolution - How Commercialization and the Internet Are Fragmenting the Chinese Public Sphere - 04/13/2018
Orion Lewis, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Middlebury College, discusses the impacts of both commercialization and the internet in Chinese public life. Part of the Education and Enrichment for Everyone series in South Burlington,...

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